Crossconnectmag: Intricate Calligraphic Steel Sculptures by
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Intricate Calligraphic Steel Sculptures by Zheng Lu
Composed of more than 20,000 Chinese characters, these intricate sculptures by Zheng Lu are soft and seamless in appearance despite their stainless steel make-up. The characters used are all chosen from Chinese texts and poems. For example, the sculpture that looks like a splash of water is cunningly crafted from the lines of the poem Wan Zhi Shui written by the Tang Dynasty poet Bai Juyi. This playfulness with details can be seen throughout Lu's work. When discussing the use of one of the most original Chinese fonts in...
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